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Articles - July 2011
Wednesday, June 22, 2011


2010 2009 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR EMPS
TOTAL EMPS
YEAR
EST
SPECIALTIES
MORE THAN $1 BILLION
1 1 JELD-WEN
Klamath Falls
541.882.3451
jeld-wen.com
Roderick C. Wendt
President and CEO
2,500
20,000
1960 World's leading manufacturer of reliable windows and doors
2 NR Knowledge Universe - U.S
Portland
503.872.1300
kueducation.com/us
Peter Maslen
Acting U.S. CEO
1,348
32,562
1983 Private provider of early childhood and school-age education and care
3 2 Les Schwab Tire Centers
Bend
541.447.4136
lesschwab.com
Dick Borgman
CEO
2,180
5,664
1952 Tire retailer with 429 company stores and associate outlets
4 NR ODS Health
Portland
503.228.6554
odscompanies.com
Robert G. Gootee
CEO
1,017
1,029
1991 Group and individual medical health insurance and other business services
5 4 EPIC Aviation LLC
Salem
503.362.3633
airbp.com/usga
Scott B. Walker
President
107
124
1939 Distributes aviation fuel throughout the United States
$1 BILLION — $250 MILLION
6 8 Evergreen Holdings Inc.
McMinnville
503.472.9361
evergreenaviation.com
Delford M. Smith
Chairman
464
1,961
1960 Provider of air freight transportation, aircraft maintenance, helicopters and small aircraft
7 NR ESCO Corporation
Portland
503.228.2141
escocorp.com
Cal Collins
CEO
750
4,600
1913 Manufacturer of engineered wear and replacement parts for surface mining, infrastructure dev., etc.
8 5 Roseburg Forest Products
Roseburg
541.679.3311
rfpco.com
Allyn C. Ford
CEO
2,493
3,078
1936 Vertically integrated wood products manufacturer
9 6 Western Family Foods
Portland
503.639.6300
westernfamily.com
Ron King
President and CEO
70
71
1963 Grocery-product distributor of over 7,500 items to approximately 3,000 independent stores
10 3 Hoffman Corp.
Portland
503.221.8811
hoffmancorp.com
Wayne A. Drinkward
President
403
559
1922 Employee-owned construction manager and general contractor
11 7 Bi-Mart Corporation
Eugene
541.344.0681
bimart.com
Marty W. Smith
Chairman and CEO
3,300
3,300
1955 Employee-owned discount membership retailer with more than 1.4 million members
12 13 Hampton Affiliates
Portland
503.297.7691
hamptonaffiliates.com
Steven J. Zika
CEO
600
1,550
1942 Sustainably manages approximately 95,000 acres of timberland
13 NR Columbia Distributing Company
Portland
503.289.9600
coldist.com
Gregg Christiansen
CEO
1,363
2,710
2008 Beverage distribution
14 9 Reser's Fine Foods Inc.
Beaverton
503.643.6431
resers.com
Mark Reser
President
500
2,700
1959 Manufactures and distributes fresh-food products with plants throughout the U.S.
15 10 M Financial Group
Portland
503.232.6960
mfin.com
Fred H. Jonske
President and CEO
200
200
1978 Financial services design and distribution for individuals and Fortune 1000 companies
16 12 Integra Telecom
Portland
503.453.8000
integratelecom.com
Tom Casey
CEO
623
2,200
1996 Provides voice service, Internet access and phone systems for business
17 15 R.B. Pamplin Corporation and Subs.
Portland
503.248.1133
pamplin.org
Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.
Chairman, President and CEO
1,000
4,600
1957 Three construction-related subsidiaries, 17 textile factories, 18 newspapers and three radio stations
18 16 C&K Market Inc.
Brookings
541.469.3113
ckmarket.com
Douglas A. Nidiffer
President and CEO
950
1,461
1967 Operates 62 retail supermarkets and 13 retail pharmacies in Oregon and Northern California
19 NR Stimson Lumber Company
Portland
503.222.1676
stimsonlumber.com
Andrew W. Miller
CEO and President
450
765
1860 Northwest-based forest products company managing 500,000 acres of privately owned timberland
20 14 Harry & David Holdings
Medford
800.526.5662
harryanddavid.com
Stephen J. Heyer
Chairman and CEO

1,000
1910 Direct marketing and e-commerce of fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers and gourmet products
21 22 Ron Tonkin Dealerships
Portland
503.255.4100
tonkin.com
Ronald B. Tonkin
President
707
707
1960 Nineteen sales and service automobile dealerships representing 19 auto and motorcycle franchises
22 19 Carson Oil Co.
Portland
503.224.8500
carsonoil.com
Lance C. Woodbury
CEO
320
325
1957 Petroleum products, alternative fuels, service stations, cardlocks, lubricants, etc.
23 25 R2C Group
Portland
503.222.0025
r2cgroup.com
Tim O'Leary and Michelle Cardinal
CEO and President
106
186
1998 Direct-response television, online and mobile media; creative development, media planning
24 29 Paccess LLC
Portland
503.230.4890
paccessglobal.com
Scott Olmstead
CFO
58
195
1995 Packaging design and development, container- board and recycled fiber sourcing, etc.
25 21 Andersen Construction
Portland
503.283.6712
andersen-const.com
David Andersen
President
273
361
1950 Construction manager/general contractor for health care, education, housing, etc.


 

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